Paul Revere's Raiders

America's original Slam Bam Rock & Roll Show band.

Bringing you such Paul Revere & The Raiders hits like: "Louie, Louie", "Steppin' Out", "Just Like Me", and "Indian Reservation".

Event Showtimes:

Ages: All Ages


TICKETS: Thursday: $35 House / $43 Front-of-House / $55 Cabaret
Friday & Saturday: 
$39 House / $49 Front-of-House / $65 Cabaret

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It took PAUL REVERE years to perfect the slick, fast-paced, dynamo show that has entertained audiences worldwide, an act that features his hand-picked band of the best showmen in the business. After decades of performing this well-oiled machine, long before PAUL's passing in 2014, he had decided to leave the road and hand over his legendary three-cornered hat to his band THE RAIDERS. 

Continuing the PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS tradition is the extremely talented foundation of the show, long-time members (over 40 years) DOUG HEATH, RON FOOS, and DANNY KRAUSE. Rejoining the show is PAUL REVERE's equally amazing son, JAMIE REVERE. Rounding out this lineup is multi-talented singer and former 10-yr member of THE LETTERMEN, DARREN DOWLER. Last, but not least, is powerhouse drummer TOMMY SCHECKEL, who was a member of THE BUCKINGHAMS for 27 years. 

PAUL REVEREʼS RAIDERS FACTS:

Paul Revere organized the Raiders in 1958 in Idaho. A few of the highlights of Paul Revere's outstanding

career are:

1. Paul Revere and the Raiders were the first rock group to besigned with Columbia Records

with the 1963 recording of “ Louie Louie”.

2. In 1965-1966 Paul Revere and the Raiders were featured on the ABC TV five-day-a-week

network show "Where the Action Is" produced by Dick Clark.

3. Paul Revere and the Raiders appeared on 520 episodes of "Where the Action Is" a network

TV show on ABC.

4. In 1968 & 1969 Paul Revere co-hosted a weekly ABC TV series, "Happening"

produced by Dick Clark.

In the summer of 1971, Paul Revere rode his motorcycle crisscrossing America three times, stopping at

radio stations promoting the Raiders recording of “Indian reservation” ,

which went to #1 on the national charts and has sold over 4 million singles.

During their career Paul Revere and the Raiders also had 23 consecutive hit singles.

Some of which include:

Indian Reservation, Louie Louie, Ups and Downs,Kicks, Hungry, Him or Me

Just Like Me, Good Things, Steppin” Out, Stepping Stone